lateradjective

  • jaもっと後の
  • encoming after or in the future

Examples

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So anyways, yeah, you might want to read it over to get a sense of what your life was like before tomorrow.
2.
Okay.
3.
In the later chapters, it actually says you spend a lot of time volunteering with jungle children?
4.
I don't know what that is but you might want to bring it up
5.
because audiences love someone who gives back and is charitable.
6.
Okay, I'll be able to — I'll tell them what they want to hear.
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1.
I got into acting out of a need, almost, to be validated.
2.
And it was at Ball State University that I discovered the art of mime.
3.
It was a very visual form of communication and entertainment.
4.
Little did I know that this would be early training ground
5.
for the career that I was going to have in later years.
6.
I had no idea.
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1.
The great thing about our show, like, gaining, sort of attention in the later years
2.
is that we are not accustomed to red carpets or award shows.
3.
So, I've always sort of described our cast on a red carpet, like 'The Beverly Hillbillies,'
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like the Clampetts are dumped on a red carpet and we're all just trying our best.
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1.
There have been very few times in the history of filmmaking
2.
where a sequel from the later parts of the series exceeds the original.
3.
But 'Madagascar 3' pulled off that trick quite nicely.
4.
Stop crying, stop crying.
5.
It makes me cry to see you cry, my darling.
6.
I would give you something even better.